Rob Sheridan lands Warner Bros. TV pilot deal
Lands blind pilot script deal for a six-figure packageTORONTO -- Canadian screenwriter Rob Sheridan is partnering with Warner Bros. Television to develop a comedy.
The blind pilot script deal will see Toronto-based Sheridan, whose writer, story editor and producer credits include HBO Canada's "Less Than Kind," the CBC's "Little Mosque on the Prairie," and CTV's "Corner Gas," land a six-figure package and move to Los Angeles this summer to start developing a half-hour comedy series.
"WBTV have produced some of my favorite television comedies and I think together we'll be able to create something special," Sheridan said.
The Canuck comedy scribe's most recent credits include writer and producer on the CBC sitcom "18 to Life," which was originally developed with ABC.
Sheridan, a Canadian Film Center alumni, is repped by William Morris Endeavor Entertainment and Glenn Cockburn at Meridian Artists.